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I need specific instructions on configuring webhooks between Bitbucket Server and Windows Servers

I am configuring webhooks in Bitbucket Server 6.1, to automate post-commit code pushes to repositories on 2 Windows-based servers. Some webhooks worked immediately, some worked intermittently, and some failed with the error "javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: General SSLEngine problem". The failures are not specific to one server or the other, just specific repositories on either server.

This makes no sense to me, as I would expect multiple webhooks to the same server to either all work or all fail. I have read about the cross importation of SSL certificates, to make sure that BbS and a target server properly recognize each other. However, I do not know if this is relevant to my specific situation, per my webhook description, above.

Consequently, I need some specific, detailed instructions on how to create reliable webhook connections between BbS, running on a Windows 2012 r2 server, and repositories on 2 Windows 2019 servers.  IIS 10 is being used on the two Windows 2019 servers.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

TIA,

Scott

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Alternatively, would I be able to achieve the same result by using the Mirror hook?

I tried adding a mirror hook, but that is not moving committed code on to the next repository.

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